"The vans procured in 2014 have been left at the premises of the Biomedical Engineering Unit of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital."
Ghana’s minority MPs have asked the Akufo-Addo government to immediately release and start utilising some eight Onuador Medical Outreach vans procured by the Mahama administration to assist with healthcare delivery.
Trouble appears to be rearing its head in parts of the country over the Akufo-Addo government’s attempts to infiltrate the ranks of the various traditional areas with lower chiefs perceived to be sympathetic to the New Patriotic Party (NPP), as paramount chiefs
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has accused the Akufo-Addo government of being “the biggest enabler and promoter” of corruption in the country setting the pace for his appointees to outdo one another in corruption.
Countless number of corruption allegations against government appointees have either been improperly investigated, cleared by the president or swept under the carpet.
Akufo-Addo has been in London to attend the UK-Africa Summit 2020 with 102 appointees and party members.
The United Kingdom voted in a referendum to leave the European Union (EU) and is looking for new economic partnerships outside of Europe. It is therefore not surprising that natural resource-rich African countries including Ghana are the focus of the United Kingdom government for investment and business opportunities.
Madam Doyo Cudjoe, the MP for Ada was spotted in a trotro going to Ada. This example set by this woman did not only put her in their category but made her colleague passengers adore her.
Bank, Menzgold crises: 'We're making it difficult for NPP to win 2020 by stealing citizens' money' - Kwame Pianim
Economist Kwame Pianim has said the banking and financial crises that have caused customers to either lose some or all of their deposits and investments as a result of the Bank of Ghana’s revocation of the licences of nine local banks, 347 microfinance firms, 23 savings & loans and some finance houses, as well as the Securities and Exchange Commission’s halting of gold dealership firm Menzgold Company’s operations and the revocation of the licences of 53 fund managers will conspire against the fortunes of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the December 2020 polls.
The Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources (MSWR) has reaffirmed its commitment towards attaining President Akufo-Addo’s vision of making Accra the cleanest city by inaugurating a special a Taskforce on Environmental Sanitation.
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu has asked Government to revoke the appointment of Dr. Alexander Adusei Junior, as Director for Keta Port.
He said the Keta Port was "non-existing" and that it was unacceptable to create a picture as if the Port was operational.
The Electoral Commission has explained that the compilation of a new voter’s register won’t discard all previous data contrary to fears in some quarters.
Some Ghanaians and some IT specialists have expressed fears that the EC might discard all previous data if it goes ahead to compile a new voter’s register ahead of the 2020 election.
A robbery operation has been foiled by the police, with one of the suspected robbers severely suffering a gunshot in the right ankle, an incident which occurred on the Bole-Bamboi highway in the Savannah Region.
The Accra Regional Police Command has arrested three suspected mobile money robbers at Santoe in Accra.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Frederick Adu Anim, the Regional Police Commander gave their names as Jeremiah Osei, Mason, Bismarck Wiafe, trotro driver, and Francis Norvor alias Mugabe, unemployed.
A police officer in the Savannah Region has shot a masked man who allegedly attempted to rob a van full of assorted drinks at Tinga near Banda Nkwanta in the Bole District.
Seidu Salifu, 25, was shot in the ankle by a policeman who was escorting the goods on January 18 at about 12:00 p.m.
A local waste management company under the Jospong Group of Companies, Sewerage Systems Ghana Limited, has commenced generating 500 kilowatts of power from its liquid waste treatment plant in Accra.
There was competition for seats at the various churches within the Cape Coast Metropolis and its environs as regular and occasional churchgoers trooped in for watch night services to usher in the New Year.
Mostly clad in white, the congregants amidst prayers and music, sang, danced and waved white handkerchiefs until the birth of the New Year, which was welcomed with tolling of church bells, fireworks and spontaneous shouts of joy.
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